2015 Mitsubishi Evolution Gsr on 2040-cars
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Email me at : email@example.com Hello Everyone, It Has Come Time For Me To Sell My Wicked White 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Gsr. I Am The Second Owner Of The Vehicle And The First Owner Was A Good Friend Of Mine. The Car Is A Clean Title, Carfax Is Accurate. The Vehicle Has Been Very Well Maintained, Equipped With The Highest Quality Parts,And Comes With Documents To Prove. The Evo Has Been Responsibly Driven And Owned By Two Car Enthusiasts., The Evo Has Been A Weekend Garage Queen. The First Owner Garaged The Vehicle And Rarely Took It Out On Weekends (had Other Cars) And I Have Kept The Car Garaged But Try To Take It Out On As Many Weekends As I Can. The Vehicle Has Never Been Launched (b/c ItIsn't Tuned And Transmission Isn't Built), Never Been Tracked BecauseThe Spirited Driving Was Mostly Done In Canyons. The Car Has Been Tastily Modified Without Cutting Any Corners And With A Focus On Detail. The Car Runs Great And Can Easily Be A Daily Driver.
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Auto blogFri, 28 Sep 2012
Though Mitsubishi first showed us the form of its 2013 Outlander in Geneva a while back, the company saved its plug-in hybrid crossover for this week's Paris Motor Show soiree.
Mitsubishi is quite proud to offer what it says is the world's first production PHEV utility vehicle, a new model that makes use of established technologies within the company. Learnings from the company's i-MiEV electric car have worked there way into a vehicle that can travel up to 55 kilometers (34 miles) on lithium-ion battery power. Two electric motors independently power the front and rear wheels of the Outlander, while the gasoline-powered engine can be used as a generator for the motors, or to power the vehicle directly. The target combined fuel economy for the Outlander PHEV is 61 km/liter, or roughly 143 miles per gallon.
The Outlander PHEV will be introduced in the Japanese market in the first part of 2013, with European and North American markets to follow on. There is no word about an on-sale date, but while you're pondering the possibilities, check out an official video by scrolling down and peruse our high-res image gallery.
This could have been something great. Last fall, Mitsubishi slapped its triple-diamond badge on a dainty little hatchback called Mirage, offering plenty of functionality and 44 miles per gallon on the highway, all starting at a super-low $12,995. For budget shoppers, this seemed to be a good thing - not to mention a much-needed breath of fresh air for the company's waning US automotive arm.
I will fully admit to being a bit harsh on the Mirage following its debut at the 2013 New York Auto Show, often making it the butt of jokes with my colleagues. But at the end of the day, I love cheap, basic, honest little cars like this, and I wasn't prepared to write off the Mirage until I spent some time behind the wheel. After all, on paper, a Mazda2 looks pretty unremarkable, and yet it's one of my favorite small cars to drive.
Much as I wasn't looking forward to putting my foot in my mouth, I was sort of hoping to feel the same way about the new Mirage. It's a bland package, but it could have been filled with the same spunky spirit and well-meaning composure of vehicles like the aforementioned Mazda, or even stuff like the Honda Fit or Chevy Spark and Sonic.
Guido Tschugg is a professional mountain biker and a Red Bull-sponsored athlete in downhill and four-cross. He's also a fan of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution and drifting in the snow, and with the help of filmmaker Mario Feil and drone videographers airv8, the rally car and the powder are combined to glorious effect.
We could continue talking about it, but that would delay you from enjoying the two minutes of frosty beauty in the video below.